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{ Monthly Archives } June 2007

They should have known better…..

“From Facebook To a Yearbook, Teens Get a Jolt Privacy Lesson in Bethesda By Daniel de Vise // Washington Post Staff Writer Tuesday, June 26, 2007; Page B01 Students at Walter Johnson High School in Bethesda opened their yearbooks last month and found pictures they had already seen — on Facebook, the Internet social-networking site. […]

More Blu-Ray vs. HD-DVD

“June 21, 2007 – As reported by Video Business, research firm Digital Entertainment Group has compiled what would appear to be a solid breakdown of the numbers of next-generation DVD players sold in the United States. The research firm concludes that Blu-ray presently holds a 5 to 1 advantage over HD-DVD in installed hardware, primarily […]


This last Saturday Sara and I decided on a whim to drive up to Indy and have dinner at the Rathskellar, a wonderful German restaurant.  The pretense was a anniversary dinner, but we both know that we just wanted an excuse to go eat there.  And oh, my, was it good.  I had the soup […]


I just had one of the most terrifying experiences I have ever, ever had. I got on the elevator at work (8th floor). A lady was on there going to the seventh floor. She made a joke, we laughed, she got off. Somewhere around the 5th floor, all the lights flickered. Then they went out, […]

You know it’s going to be “a day” when….

… walk into the office building and the fire alarm is going off. And it’s raining outside. Yep, when I got to work this morning what am I greeted with? An alarm going off and people starting to work their way outside. Well, I thought I’d just make the best of it and simply turned […]

Painting all the stars in the sky…well, it feels that way…

Ever have one of those ideas that sounds really good, and while you are doing it you can see that it’s a good idea, but you find out that it’s going to be a lot more work than you thought it was going to be? Well, that’s pretty much how I feel about the painting […]